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Comment from: Kiel Christianson [Visitor] Email
Hey! I got married at that resort (when it was called The Royal Waikoloan), and played the King's Course with my father-in-law to be the morning of the wedding. Memories!
08/16/09 @ 23:01
Comment from: Mike Bailey [Visitor] Email
Alas, Kiel, I wish my bride of nearly 25 years was here with me this week. I'm pretty sure I represent the only non-couple at the resort.
08/16/09 @ 23:12
Comment from: Bryan Fryklund [Visitor] Email
I always play the Kings' Course when I'm on the Big Island. You're right about the wind! It can be crazy. I love the short par-4 5th. It should be so easy, but I usually end up on the bogey end of things. I enjoy the 18th, too. Par-5 finishers are too uncommon. It's nice to have a chance at a low number on the final hole. Aloha!
08/18/09 @ 18:25

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